President Joe Biden unveiled a sweeping $2.25 trillion infrastructure plan today that calls for investing $213 billion to produce, preserve, and retrofit more than 2 million affordable and sustainable places to live.
Utah Business Magazine honored the 2021 CEOs of the year on March 25, 2021 at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City.
Cloud-based construction management software provider Buildertrend acquired CoConstruct, a complementary provider of construction project management software for the residential construction industry.
The December Household Spending Survey, published by the New York Federal Reserve Bank, showed a modest increase in household spending over the past four months, and a surge in the median expectation for year-ahead household spending to highest level since August 2015.
Alpine’s latest eShop Plant Management Software simplifies the user experience for shop employees and managers alike, while collecting robust production data to maximize operational decision-making.
The lumber market could be entering a buyer’s market, Justin Binning and Ken Timmins shared on the Structural Building Components Association’s (SBCA) most recent Lumber Connection podcast.
Despite high buyer traffic and strong demand, builder sentiment fell in March as rising lumber and other material prices pushed builder confidence lower.
Housing production continue to slow in February off strong levels as rising lumber and other material prices continue to affect the housing industry.
Lennar has announced the formation of the Upward America Venture, a platform that will acquire single-family homes for rent in high-growth markets across the United States.
The residential real-estate market is on its biggest tear since 2006, just before the housing bubble burst and set off a global recession.
Listening to Toll Brothers’ first quarter earnings call earlier this year, I was struck by a comment CEO Doug Yearley made during the question-and-answer session.